Giving the example of Union minister M J Akbar against whom several women have come out, the DCW claimed, “He never had to pay for his actions and all the women and girls he preyed upon still await justice.”
Swati Maliwal also said strict action should be taken against the management of the institute for wrongly claiming it to be a university.
Two of them were identified as minors and rescued. They will be sent to the same place the 46 other girls are kept.
Following the rescue of the minor girls, chairperson Swati Maliwal identified their parents who lived on a pavement near the Anand Vihar Metro Station.
The girl said she was not paid anything all these years but her employer claimed he had been paying Rs 3,000 a month to a placement agency.
The commission had in April sought the details referring to a Supreme Court order which calls for district additional commissioners of police and DCPs to depute women officers in plain clothes at bus stops, railway stations, parks and educational institutes, among others.
Hearing the case on July 7, Special Judge Hemani Malhotra rapped Maliwal for not informing the court about her arrival from the US.
The Anti-Corruption Branch today sought time from a special court to conclude its probe in a case involving Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal regarding alleged irregularities in the recruitment process in the panel.
The hostel fee mentioned in the prospectus for girls was Rs 80,000 anually — almost twice as much as what boys have to pay.
The girl had made attempts in the past to escape from the brothel but was caught every time because of the CCTV cameras installed there.
She claimed she has credible lead that the racket was running under the patronage of a Union minister and an “important Delhi-based leader of a national party” under whose patronage this prostitution has been running.”
The students submitted their demands to the DCW. It includes a call for removal of the provost, Rita Kakkar.
At 1.20 am on Sunday she tweeted, “Conductd surprise inspection at Night Shelter near Bangla Sahib.
Srivastava has been asked to send her reply within 48 hours of the notice. “Failing which appropriate action, under law will be taken,” the notice said.
“The Commission is of the view that the non-payment of maternity benefits to contractual employees is a violation of the Maternity Benefits Act of 1961,” said an official.